Toronto Blues Society | Events for August 13 - August 10

The Toronto Blues Society's “Live Blues” Listings include blues shows in Toronto and across Southern Ontario. Please choose your viewing option on the right and click on list, day, week or month. Once you see a gig listing click through for more detail prepared to assist your concert going decision.

Paul Reddick

Painted Lady 218 Ossington, Toronto

Blues ‘n Grooves Jam

Rockpile 5555a Dundas Street West, Toronto

Jam hosted by Trini Blue and the Distractions. All ages event

no cover

Fraser / Daley

Castro's Lounge 2116 Queen St E, Toronto

Reservations required, for limited seating

no cover

Alfie Smith

Moonshine Cafe 137 Kerr St, Oakville
$10

Jack de Keyzer

Stonebridge Town Centre 291 Main Street, Wasaga Beach

Back to the Beach Concert Series Wasaga Beach. Mike McCarthy Band plays opening set at 1pm

free

Terra Lightfoot

Horseshoe Tavern 370 Queen St W., Toronto
$15

Blues ‘n Grooves Jam

Rockpile 5555a Dundas Street West, Toronto

Jam hosted by Trini Blue and the Distractions. All ages event

no cover

Jesse Whiteley

The Medley 2026 Yonge St., Toronto

Test Artist Lily

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Test Festival 1 Test Street, Testtown

Don't miss this important test event

$10

Little Magic Sam

Lou Dawgs - London 519 Richmond St, London

McKenna Moonah Blues Duo

Scarboro Music 1051 Kingston Rd., Toronto

Presented by Dinner and a Song. Limited Seating at Scarboro Music. Followed by dinner at the Beech Tree. $40 ticket includes $30 credit for meal.

$40
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The Toronto Blues Society acknowledges the annual support of the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage, and project support from FACTOR< and the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and of Canada’s Private Broadcasters, The Canada Council for the Arts, the SOCAN Foundation, SOCAN, the Ontario Media Development Corporation, and the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport.